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Joe Biden Visits Tulsa On The 100th Anniversary To Remember Those Who Suffered, And Still Do
The president met with the last living survivors and addressed the horror that took place there a century ago.
Oregon Votes To Make Juneteenth A Holiday
The state senate unanimously passed the bill to commemorate the celebration officially.
Ohio HBCU Cancels Debt For Graduating Students
Wilberforce University President Elfred Anthony Pinkard surprised seniors at Saturday?s commencement when he announced that their student debt had been canceled.
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Viola Fletcher, Lessie Benningfield Randle, and Hughes Van Ellis recently asked lawmakers to acknowledge the reality of racial violence in America.
Family Of 8-Year-Old Killed During Rayshard Brooks Protests To Sue City Of Atlanta
Secoriea Turner was killed when gunfire erupted during a demonstration. Now, her parents are seeking accountability for what happened.
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Clocking an incredible 10.63 at a meet in Kingston on June 5, Fraser-Pryce obliterated the previous national record of 10.70.
Washington State Offering Marijuana For People To Get Vaccinated
Washington state's liquor and cannabis board announced "Joints for Jabs,” which offers a free marijuana joint when receiving a COVID-19 starting now until through July 12.
Kamala Harris Makes History At Capital Pride Event
Harris became the first sitting U.S. vice president to participate in a Pride march.
Darnella Frazier, Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Death, Awarded Honorary Pulitzer
The video, which led to worldwide protests, the conviction of Derek Chauvin, and police reforms across America, was recorded on May 25, 2020.
Meek Mill Joins Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam For Probation Reform Bill Signing
The governor signed a probation reform bill on Thursday with support from rapper Meek Mill, who became a reform advocate after a misdemeanor arrest in 2007.
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Director Haimy Assefa follows the journeys of three expectant Black mothers in her film "Black Birth," as she calls for greater awareness for Black maternal health.
Biden Responds To Putin's Comparison Of BLM And Capitol Rioters: It's Ridiculous
The president provided a short and succinct answer when asked about it.
Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth A National Holiday, 156 Years After Its Beginning
Juneteenth is now a federal holiday, becoming the first created since Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 1983.
What Is Juneteenth? 5 Fascinating Facts About the New Federal Holiday
The oldest end of slavery celebration, which is now a federal holiday thanks to the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, has some interesting facts.
American Airlines Cancels Hundreds of Flights Due To Travel Surges and Labor Shortages
The airline will cancel hundreds of flights through mid-July as travel surges while the country reopens.
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The 21-year-old track star embraced her family immediately after she qualified for the Olympics.
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